What is your position within your company?
Since retiring from the roofing industry, I have worked as an educator, columnist and freelance writer. I also co-authored, with consulting engineer Bill Griffin, the fourth edition of the Manual of Low-Slope Roof Systems published by McGraw-Hill.
What is the most unusual roofing project of which you have been a part?
Installing an early single-ply roof system using polyisobutylene membrane over cement-asbestos roof panels
How did you become involved in the roofing industry?
I worked for Johns Manville, Denver, as a research and development chemist and joined its roofing research group in 1965.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I would go back to London. My wife, Anita, and I are Anglophiles, and we travel to England whenever we can.